Ireland reaches out and grabs you. It lures you in with extraordinary green landscapes, good food and drink, and hospitable people, and keeps you there with history, music, and new friends. If you’re planning a trip to Ireland, or just thinking about things to do for St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve got you covered.
A story of troubled times at Kelmscott Manor, the country retreat of William Morris...
If you get a chance, next time you’re in Belfast, visit the historic and colorful Falls Road.
Godfjorden (or Godfjord) is a fjord on the west side of the fourth largest island in Norway, Hinnøya. Recent changes in government, communication, and transportation have increased traffic to the island via ferry.
Portugal had long been on my list to visit for many years, but somehow despite living in Europe for over seven years, I never managed to make it over there. I have heard so many great things about Lisbon that I knew I had to make it happen, so last year my boyfriend and I decided it was time to book our tickets.
It’s nearly St Patty’s Day, but if you love Ireland, you don’t need an excuse to visit—the country or the culture. Whether you make an actual visit or armchair traveler visit, it’s always worth it.